Most of us have one thing in common, besides a junk drawer in our house, and that is we all have to pay bills. I have never met a person who loves to pay bills. One of the top bills we have to pay is for electricity. Electricity is what keeps us cool in the Texas heat...Read more
A very investigationdepth in-that began on January 24th by Liberty County Sheriff’s Investigators Shandalynn Rhame and Steven Rasberry has resulted in the arrest of several individuals including two Correctional Officers employed by the county jail facility. According to Rhame and Rasberry, 23 year old Beaumont resident and Correctional Officer Andrus Fisher and 31 year old Sgt. Rashun Demarcus White were arrested along with two accomplices, 43 year old Linnie Lowe and 52 year old Lesa Griffin of the City of Liberty.Read more
Jonathan Carroll and Matt Ubnoskye work up to their necks in cold water to repair a broken water main. While digging to install the new DayNet fiber network, construction crews accidentally hit a main water line leaving residents in parts of Dayton with no water or low water pressure. The Public Works team worked diligently from 4 p.m. to midn ight to repair the water main and restore water to residents. Roy RodriguezRead more
New location to include state-of-the-art kitchen equipment, double drive-thru lanes and an upgraded dining room
On Sunday, Jan. 31 at 8 p.m., Whataburger is temporarily closing the doors to its Cleveland location to make way for a newer, more modern restaurant opening next door.
The Liberty County Sheriff’s Office was notified regarding the autopsy of the missing person of January 12, 2021 and confirmed the identity of the recovered body to be that of 22-year-old Nathan Heathco, who carried a Baytown, Texas address. According to Criminal Investigation Division Captain Billy Knox, the autopsy further revealed that Heathco had drowned. Evidently, Heathco’s body was submerged in the small tributary off of the Trinity River, and when the water subsided, the body was left on the bank of the tributary where he was later found.Read more
The newest member of the Economic Development Corporation, Robert Lacy, took his Oath of Office during the Monday, Jan. 25 meeting of the Cleveland EDC. Lacy, who was officially appointed to the organization earlier in the month, was welcomed by fellow EDC members during his first official meeting with the group.Read more
Anyone thinking about lighting up a cigarette or puffing on one of those vape smoking devices at one of the parks around Dayton might want to think twice after Monday night’s Dayton City Council Meeting. Council voted unanimously to approve an ordinance that would ban any smoking inside of the Dayton Community Center or at local parks.Read more